mark, i really like the floating layer demonsration,
but i don't think i could ever use because its so
jumpy when the page is scrolled. this isn't a shot at
you at all, i think that's a really elegant solution,
especially the the degradation. i cant wait until
broswer have kick-ass css support, the web will be
--- Mark Howells [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> > You're feeling the pain I did last time I got
> excited about position:fixed.
> > Whoa! I thought, framesets without framesets.
> Alas, IE6 does not play nice
> > with that at all. I'm curious to see if anyone has
> found any methods to make
> > IE degrade a bit more gracefully, otherwise I
> think this should get
> > relegated to the back burner.
> Take a look at <http://www.mark.ac/help/sticky.html>
> and let me know what
> you think.
> Mark Howells
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